The left-handed fargle-snorker. (pics added)

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Re: The left-handed fargle-snorker. (pics added)

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khwils wrote:Heh-heh-heh, I told you when you purchased your last project that you just justified a bucket truck!!

Kurt
Nah, I don't need a bucket truck...I've got a Left-handed Fargle-snorker!

(gotta LOVE tools!)

Problem is...I can't think of any critical tool I don't have...I *might* actually have to start working!

Suggestions? :D
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Do you have a thingycombobber that works with the whatchmacallit? those really come in handy... 8)
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Re: The left-handed fargle-snorker. (pics added)

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Daniel,

Do you have a decent table saw?

how about a hand power planer - I got one and I don't know how I lived without one for so long. I used it last week to fit some kitchen cabinet doors I had made. I've used it for outside doors and screen doors as well.

I also want a table top planer. I'm tired of trying to make 3/4" wood look right where I need 1" or 5/4"!

My SO got me a new level for Christmas, I already have several levels so what do I need a new one for??? I used it this weekend and it was very handy. It is a 5 foot level with 4 other levels that clip into the body of the main level. It was nice to grab only one level for the job, as soon as the 5 footer was too long fro a spot I snapped the small level out and used it. I also had a situation I needed two levels - you know - square, level and plumb - pick two!

Let me think, I'll come up with more.

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Re: The left-handed fargle-snorker. (pics added)

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I hava a good table saw...no power hand planer though. I DO need a new router...mine won't hold all the 1/2" shank bits I got for Christmas! (window set/cabinet set)
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